Jan 31, 2016

4 Unexpected Signs of a Great Teacher

Dr. Marvin Thompson, (EdD in Educational Leadership and Policy Studies) is the Chief Academic Officer for Future Is Now Schools. In his previous post as superintendent of the Roanoke City Public Schools, he increased the number of accredited schools by 25 percent, closed the No Child LeftBehind (NCLB) achievement gap and increased the number of students scoring "Passed Advanced" on the Virginia...

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